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Offices & Dress (graduates)
8.0 / 10
(based on 22 ratings in 2014)
How would you describe your firm's office space, location and facilities? Is there a dress code at your firm?
"In Belfast the company is based in the Titanic Quarter. Nearby facilities include different delis and shops. The dress code is smart casual. However as a consultant we are sent out to the client sites and would usually wear suit and ties."Graduate, Belfast
"The offices are located in the heart of Dublin. They are modern offices with adequate space for the staff which work there. The dress code for a consultant is professional and appropriate for the role."Graduate, Dublin
"The office is very centrally located in Dublin and has been recently fitted out to a high standard. With a modern open plan layout it's a bright and inviting office. The training rooms are also fitted out to a high quality with all the facilities you would expect from a modern office."Midlevel, Dublin
"New office located in North Wall Quay, good location next to the red line Luas. The dress code is business attire Monday-Thursday and casual Friday depending on location."Graduate, Dublin
"The new SQS office is located on North Wall Quay, and had its official opening in 2013. As a consultancy firm, SQS aims to have all employees on client sites and not in the SQS office. Employees are expected to wear a suit and tie in the office and on client sites (with casual Fridays)."Entry level, Dublin
"Dress code is business casual. Shirt, shoes, slacks and no tie. Plenty of office space and the location is in the IFSC which is central."Graduate, Dublin
"The office is located in the city centre with limited parking space so public transport is probably the best option to get to the office. The dress code is formal business wear with Friday being an exception where people dress smart casual."Graduate, Dublin
"Offices are nice and very central. But we are based out in different companies. The dress code is always smart business as we are consultants."Graduate, Dublin
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